The Black Diamond Men's WindWeight Mitt is a windproof mitt of the fleece persuasion. Head out on a hike, a run, or maybe just into town and these fold-back mitts convert to a 3/4 fingerless glove every time you need to send a text, or add a bit more dexterity to the situation. Polartec® Windbloc-ACT® fleece blocks the wind and is soft against the skin. A Pittards suede palm patch adds a finishing touch for just enough grip upon your trekking poles or steering wheel.
FEATURES of the Black Diamond Men's WindWeight Mitt
Warm and windproof convertible mitten with a soft fleece exterior and interior
Fold-back flap with magnetic closure converts mitt to 3/4 fingerless glove
Polartec Wind bloc-ACT
Pittards suede palm patch
Pittards Suede Leather
Travel, Day Hiking, Backpacking
Polartec Windbloc is designed to block 100% of wind. The fabric is very durable, stretchy, protective and warm.
34 - 35.5"
36 - 38"
38.5 - 41"
41.5 - 44.5"
45 - 48.5"
33.5 - 35"
35.5 - 37.5"
38 - 40.5"
41 - 44"
44.5 - 48"
Sizing information above refers to body measurements, and NOT garment dimensions.
HOW TO MEASURE:
• Neck: Around the fullest part of the neck, at the base • Chest: Around the chest, just under the arms and across the shoulder blades • Sleeve: From the center back of the neck, across the shoulder, and down the arm to the wrist • Waist: Around the narrowest part of the waist • Hip: Around the widest part of the hips • Inseam: From the crotch to the anklebone on the inside of the leg
Men's and Unisex
7.25 - 7.75"
7.75 - 8.25"
8.5 - 9"
9 - 9.5"
9.5 - 10"
Determine your glove size from the chart above by selecting the LARGER of the two measurement results described below.
• Palm Girth: Measure around your dominant hand at the knuckles with your fingers together.
• Palm Length: Measure from the crease at the base of your wrist (on the palm side) to the tip of your middle finger.
Rated 4 out of
Definitely worth the purchaseI've used these gloves for about 2 seasons now and they've held up amazingly. Chicago is known for some fierce winters and these have performed when needed. They're advertised to about 20 degrees F and I'd agree. If the mitt portion were thicker, I think they'd be better suited but anything below 20 my fingertips get a bit cold. The suede palm has faded some due to getting wet from snow but still maintains its grip and durability. Paired with a thin liner these are great for any casual winter use. Overall, I'm happy =]